Premium Parking

Premium Parking

716 Iberville St., New Orleans, LA 70130


  • Fri, Aug 29, 2014 9am to 12pm

    $10.35  Book Now

    This is an early-bird rate that requires an arrival before 9 a.m. Failure to arrive by 9 o'clock may result in an additional fee enforced on-site.

    A $4.00 charge for over-sized vehicles will apply.

    Amenities Included:

    • Mobile Pass
    • Valet
    • Covered
    • Attended at All Times
    • Unobstructed

    To park, pull into the motor court (between Acme Oyster and Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse). A valet will meet you there. Tell him/her that you have a ParkWhiz reservation and they will direct you to the cashier booth to complete your transaction. With a prepaid reservation you will have in-and-out privileges during your stay.

115 people Recommend Parking Here

77 Left Comments

"The employees are very professional and helpful."
"Employees are friendly and very helpful."
"Great location, although a bit difficult to find with several different Premium Parking locations on Iberville St. Besides that, the lot and staff are excellent."
"I had a great experience with ParkWhiz! Everything was prepaid so all I had to do was enter & exit as I pleased. I definitely will use them again on my next trip to NOLA!"
"Close to the hotel and easy to g et to."
"Service was excellent. Very prompt service."

This is a valet parking facility. Once you pull into the motor court you will be met by a valet and your car will be parked for you. Please take your ParkWhiz receipt to the cashier to validate your parking.

*Over-sized vehicles will be charged an additional $4 per day at drive-up.

Vehicle height restriction: 77 inches

This location is a commercial parking garage.

Nearby destinations: Saenger Theatre, House of Blues (New Orleans), New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.

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Take right onto Bourbon St. off of Canal St. Then take your first right onto Iberville St. The parking garage will be on your right just after Acme Oyster House and before Dickie Brennen's Steakhouse.